Walt Disney Travel Company Unveils 2008 Packages

The Walt Disney Travel Company has announced its 2008 vacation packages to the Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. The Disneyland Resort packages are available as of August 1 and include Disney Dream Vacation Packages, which are available at either Disney on-site hotels or at one of more than 40 Anaheim-area Disneyland Resort Good Neighbor hotels. This package includes hotel accommodations and Disneyland Resort Park hopper tickets, which allow guests to participate in the Early Entry program to experience the new Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage before the park opens to the general public. Early Entry is also available for Fantasyland. Each Walt Disney Travel Company package includes a collectible pin and lanyard and a Downtown Disney District Fun Card. Value Season packages start at $269 per person based on double occupancy at a nearby Disney Good Neighbor hotel. Walt Disney World Resort 2008 packages begin August 5. Through the Magic Your Way Package Plus Deluxe Dining, guests can save as much as 30 percent on dining. The new package features three meals and two snacks per person, per night and a resort refillable non-alcoholic drink mug per package. The Wine and Dine plan can be added to any meal-inclusive Magic Your Way package. This option offers a bottle of wine per room per night from a designated wine list at select restaurants at Disney Resort hotels and Theme Parks as well as merchandise locations. This plan is available for guests 21 years and older. The add-on price is $39.99 per room per night. For more information on the resorts and other package information, Visit [www.disneyworld.disney.go.com/wdw/index].

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